OLD FARM POINT SHOREFRONT PARK
Visitor Reception and Park System Information
Cobscook Shores Park System Information: Pickup brochures which include the Cobscook Shores Park System Map.
Shorefront Access: 3400 ft of Shorefront, Shore Access
Walking and Biking Trails: The Old Farm Point Trail (0.25 miles – each way) is a grassed farm road leading to Old Farm Point walk or bike. Walk back from the point on the Hay Field Trail (0.4 miles), a mown path which winds along the southern shoreline.
Paddle Trails: From the public boat launch in Lubec follow the shore along Lubec Neck to Old Farm Point – accessible mid to high tide – (2.1 miles – each way), paddle by lobster boats on their moorings and enjoy views across Johnson Bay.
Paddle at your own risk and stay aware of changing conditions.
Bike Routes: Bike south from Old Farm Point to Maple Tree Road and continue to the West Quoddy Lighthouse (5.5 miles). Bike north out Seward Neck on North Lubec Road to Downeast Coastal Conservancy’s Klondike Mountain (0.75 miles), Black Duck Cove (1.75 miles) and Pike Lands Cove and Downeast Coastal Conservancy’s Pike Lands West, both five miles from Old Farm Point. North Lubec Road offers incredible open views of Johnson Bay. Please bike with caution, North Lubec Road is narrow and with some sharp curves.
Picnicking: Picnic in the Old Farm Picnic Pavilion (seats five) or on one of three picnic tables spread across the lawn. Enjoy sweeping views of Johnson Bay and downtown Lubec. When the tide is out look for gray seals and harbor seals on the rock ledges 2000 ft due north.
Old Farm Point Winter Access and Use:
Available to the public this winter is four toboggan sleds that may be utilized on the Old Farm Point property throughout the season – given adequate snowfall! Please respect the gear and always be sure to operate safely and out of the way of others!